If Barker was actually putting down Prechae because he didn't catch that jump ball in the end zone
he spoke too soon, that is, before he watched the film. Emotion must have got the best of him
right after the game because their play off chances are all but over. On that pass in the end zone
Bo beat him in the battle for that ball but Prechae will win most of those battles. He's proven that.
In my opinion, Barker was just dragging out that old cliche "you have got to make plays!"
People are hung up over the fact that Prechae only caught two passes for 3 yards.
Do they criticise a great running back for only making three yards in two carries?
Logically, they should blame the coaches for not calling enough running plays.
If Barker is smart he will tell his coaches to give Prechae the opportunity
to have seven or eight passes a game thrown his way from here on in.
If he does, Prechae should catch every pass that is thrown close to him,
if he doesn't, then, his detractors will have reason to tell me..I told you so.